Posts Tagged Republican Party

Will Republicans Unite Behind Ed Gillespie?

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Ed Gillespie, right, seen with primary challenger Corey Stewart during a debate earlier this year. Stewart came very close to pulling off an upset against the former Republican National Committee chairman in the Republican gubernatorial primary earlier this month. (Credit: AP Photo / Steve Helber)

The Republican primary for governor revealed deep divisions inside the Virginia GOP. Will those divisions become a liability this fall? Or will Republicans unite behind their ticket? Michael Pope has this perspective from deep inside the party.

 

 

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Not All GOP Members Deny Climate Change. But They’re Still the Minority

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Congressman Scott Taylor, R-Virginia Beach, says that rising sea levels are having an impact in his district, and he worries what President Trump’s proposed cuts to NOAA may mean for the area. (Credit: Steve Helber / AP)

Some Virginia Republicans are calling attention to sea level rise because it’s impacting their coastal districts. Matt Laslo reports they’re in the minority in their party.

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Republican Leaders Want to Limit Welfare in Areas With High Unemployment

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Looking ahead to the General Assembly session next month, Republicans are hoping to crack down on welfare abuse. As Michael Pope reports, one of the items on their agenda is increasing work requirements for people receiving public assistance.

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Comstock is First Prominant Virginia Republican to Ask Trump to Step Aside

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Republicans across Virginia are struggling to figure out how to handle their relationship with Donald Trump in the wake of his hot mic moment on the Access Hollywood bus. So far, only one prominent Republican is calling for the candidate to step down. Michael Pope has more.

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